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Food Talk Radio Interview

The other day I was invited to come on as a guest to Food Talk Radio 820 AM – recently named Best Local Foodie Radio Show by Creative Loafing – to talk about cooking, entertaining, tablescapes and yes my favorite topic … the importance of celebrating everyday.

If you missed it, here is a replay of my fun interview on Food Talk Radio with Kim Bailey of Bailey’s Catering and Suzanne Perry of Datz.

Listen to my Food Talk Radio Interview Replay  here.


Kim Bailey of Tampa Image via #AnAppealingPlan



Kim loves food and has been entertaining all his life…which is why he began a catering firm 14 years ago and subsequently opened Bailey’s restaurant in Old Hyde Park and Davis Island to wide acclaim with many local celebrities naming it one of their “top 3” restaurants in the Tampa Bay area, and earned high ratings on social media websites like Yelp and Urbanspoon.

While southern cuisine is Kim’s forte, there is no dish, or region that he will not explore. His enjoyment of food was further enhanced when he studied the French language at the University of Dijon, Dijon, France – where he fell in absolute love with Dijon Mustard! After his success with the 2012 Republican National Convention where Bailey’s was selected as a premiere caterer, Kim decided to sell Bailey’s Restaurant to concentrate on catering and his new consulting firm Restaurant & Catering Concepts.

Learn More about Kim Bailey on his website ::



The co-owner of Datz sizzles with high energy as she effortlessly juggles public relations, customer service, event planning and philanthropic endeavors – which plays a big role in Datz’s business plan. “Part of our mission statement says that we believe in giving back to those in need,” says Suzanne. “With this passion we hope to enrich the lives of our customers, employees, the community and the earth on which we live.”

Learn More about Suzanne Perry and Datz on the website ::

Here is a replay of my fun interview on Food Talk Radio.

Do you remember my last interview on Food Talk Radio ?? How far we have come in 2 years!!


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